Get Free Frequent Flier Miles

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Get free frequent flier miles from a site called e-Miles. As a new member, you will earn 200 free miles just for signing up and another 75 miles when you complete your profile.

You simply watch promotional videos and answer some follow up questions. You will be awarded free frequent flier miles and your mileage account clock will be reset at the beginning. You can participate as much or as little as you want to.

Here is the scoop from their website:

“Thanks for your interest in  e-Miles® – the program that rewards you for your time with airline miles or sponsor points.

As a Member of  e-Miles, you earn free miles in just minutes a day – simply by reading and responding to marketing messages relevant to you. The miles you earn with e-Miles will be deposited into your choice of frequent flyer or sponsor programs offered by major U.S. and international airlines and sponsors, including our our sponsors Delta Air Lines®, Continental Airlines®, US Airways®, AirTran Airways®, Alaska Airlines®, Frontier Airlines® or Hilton HHonors®. You can start right away – with 100 miles – just for completing your Enrollment that follows.

To enroll, simply tell us a bit about yourself by responding to the questions below. The more information you provide the more relevant and interesting your e-Miles experience will be.

The Enrollment will only take a few minutes to complete — and you will earn 100 miles for your time! You’ll earn an additional 100 miles when you enter the verification code from your welcome e-mail and up to 75 miles for completing all your profiles. That’s a total of 275 e-Miles miles!”

If you have miles that are expiring, try this site to keep your account active. My regular readers know that I recommend getting a free separate email account at Yahoo or Google for your online deals and coupons. You don’t want your inbox to look like mine does!

Thank you to my reader Brent for this great tip! Brent said he has earned a few thousand miles just from taking quick surveys.

I got another great tip from my reader Malisa about a way to keep track of all your airline miles and rewards points:

HI Lori,

You can also keep track of your frequent miles using online programs like It’s one less piece of paper to keep around the house. They will help you track multiple accounts. So I keep track of my husband’s and mine. They can keep track of shopping rewards too, like your Staples award points.
I found out about through an article in either the LA Times or the NY Times probably about a year ago.

Thanks Brett and Malisa. Readers please keep sharing your great money and time saving ideas!

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